In practice the demand for use of a network is likely to push the token value up.
Ian Monk

So in your example: it comes down to 100 buyers vs 80 sellers, hence 20 net buyers, hence the the price it move up hopefully in proportion to the net demand. If this is the case however, then the amount of the increase in the price will be very variable to what the service providers do with their tokens. So investors holding in S-Coin for time should look at both the consumer adoption angle as well as the service adopter angle as well, or what incentives do they have to hold/sell these S-Coin. And from Bulkin’s highlighted part, too many investors currently focus on the former and not enough on the latter.

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